"I'm pretty excited," said Chartrand. "They have a similar arena to OCN. I'm excited to be with the team, and hopefully, we can pull off a win tonight."
Chartrand began his season with the OCN Blizzard and was one of the leading scorers on the team, but was dealt a couple weeks back to the Ice Wolves.
"It was a shock," said Chartrand. "Not only to me but my family, my teammates and everyone in the community. No one saw it coming, but It's just a part of hockey."
In his 20 games with the Blizzard prior to the trade this season, the Duck Bay native had 21 points, and he hopes he will have the same impact on the Ice Wolves.
"I'm going to bring it every night just like I did in OCN, and hopefully I can have the same impact as I did in OCN," said Chartrand. "We want to push as hard as we can. Every game is important when we hit the ice."
Being 20-years-old, this will be Chartrands final few months as a Junior Hockey player.
"I want to go out with a bang," said Chartrand. "I want people to remember me for my hard work and dedication, on and off the ice."
Heading into tonight, the Ice Wolves are 6-19-0-2, and are in 11th place in the SJHL, but are coming off a win.